Please call our office at 305-935-9599 to schedule your initial appointment. Be sure to have your health insurance information handy, so we can verify your benefits and eligibility prior to starting. On the day of your appointment, please try to arrive to the office fifteen minutes early so you can fill out all necessary forms prior to examination. Please bring any and all information regarding your injury, including but not limited to, a physical therapy prescription, X-ray or MRI reports, medication lists, etc.
If you are coming in for treatment of injuries resulting from an accident (auto accident, slip/fall, Worker’s Compensation, etc.), you will need to fill out forms in the office required by Florida Law.
Once you are in our system, our system will send appointment reminders by either call, email, or text message.
Physical Therapists (PTs) are healthcare professionals who diagnose and treat individuals with health-related conditions that limit their abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives. As movement specialists, PTs can identify impairments and develop treatment plans to optimize function, reduce pain and prevent disability.
Chiropractic is a health care profession dedicated to the correction of alignment problems using skilled manipulation techniques (adjustments) for the spine or other parts of the body. Doctors of Chiropractic (DCs) use a hands-on, drug-free approach to health care and assess patients through clinical examination and other diagnostic interventions to determine the best treatment approach.
Whiplash injuries associated with motor vehicle accidents can occur in speeds as little as 12 mph. Symptoms of whiplash may not arise until days or weeks after the initial injury.
In recent years, the game of golf has been evolving such that its players are becoming more powerful, more athletic, and more aware of the fact that proper biomechanics and fitness can allow them to play at the highest level without risking injury.
Headaches affect about 47% of the global population with 20% of those coming from the cervical spine. If traditional headache medications including OTC (aleve, aspirin, etc) or prescription medication (Imitrex) hasn’t done the trick, let our certified manual therapists evaluate you and see if your neck or poor posture may be contributing.
Post-surgical rehabilitation is the process of re-establishing joint motion, muscle strength, and endurance after surgical intervention for orthopedic injuries.
With our revolutionary enzyme/nutrition program we are able to help people with chemical problems that cause chronic stomach conditions such as heartburn, acid reflux, irritable bowel, constipation, diarrhea, and weight problems. It also helps symptoms from arthritis, improper digestion, osteoporosis, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, high cholesterol, blood sugar imbalances, skin conditions (acne, boils, eczema, psoriasis), and sleep problems.
Therapeutic exercises are highly selective physical activities that will be assigned by your physical therapist or chiropractor in order to restore and maintain strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, mobility, balance, and stability.
Manual therapy is the skilled passive or assistive movement of joints and soft tissue by your physical therapist or chiropractor. The manual therapy skills of the clinicians at USA Sports Therapy is unmatched anywhere else in the industry.
Our practitioners are credentialed with the only personal training certification that requires a 4-year Bachelor’s degree. As Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists, we are able to take our patients from injury back to competing at the highest level.